UPDATE: This roundup is now weekly — check out all of the livestreams to watch for the week of Jan 25.
As the nation adjusts to the new reality of life under self-quarantine in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, a number of artists and musical institutions are taking the show online to share some musical joy during these trying times.
With venues and bars on lock down across the country, there are plenty of things you can watch from the safety of your couch, thanks to everyone from Miley Cyrus to the New York Metropolitan Opera and the fine folks at Disney.
While sites like Stageit have been offering up livestream shows for less-known artists for years, the loss of road time has inspired some acts to look for a new, temporary way to bond with fans until a return to normal.
Check out our ever-expanding list of shows and musical events to stream from the comfort of your home.
June 6: Adam Lambert, on behalf of his Feel Something Foundation, is hosting Pride Live’s fourth annual Stonewall Day, this year a virtual event.
April 24: The Kid LAROI, Jimmy Barnes, Dean Lewis, Amy Shark, Tina Arena, Vance Joy, Lime Cordiale, Tash Sultana and more will perform for the second Music From The Home Front, live from Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl. The live stream will be hosted on YouTube from 5.30am ET (7.30pm local time) and aired in Australia on Channel 9 and its digital channel 9Now.
April 22: Adam Lambert is hosting a 20-minute livestream to discuss up-and-coming LGBTQ artists, Stonewall Day, the Stonewall legacy and more with special guests. This is the second lead-up event to Pride Live’s fourth annual Stonewall Day in June.
April 21: Tame Impala perform InnerSpeaker Live From Wave House, a streaming concert celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Aussie psychedelic-rock outfit’s debut album. Kevin Parker and co. will perform the album in full from Wave House, the remote studio where the LP was recorded. Tickets are through momenthouse.com. For global timings visit momenthouse.com/tameimpala.
March 30: Maroon 5 will headline the American Express 2021 UNSTAGED concert. The pop-rock outfit will take fans on a “visually spectacular journey” through their hits including “Beautiful Mistakes” and other new music, with Sophie Muller directing. Tickets are available for $20 (plus processing fees and taxes) and available from March 9 at 3pm ET at maroon 5.live-now.com.
March 5: Tokyo Police Club are celebrating the 10th anniversary of sophomore album Champ with a livestream show. The group will perform the record in full from the Dine Alone Records office in Toronto. The show begins at 9 p.m. ET; tickets start at $10.
Feb. 26: Sheppard return with their third album Kaleidoscope Eyes, due out Feb. 26. The chart-topping Australian pop outfit will celebrate the release with a worldwide live stream album performance from their hometown, Brisbane at 10pm ET.
Feb. 18: Adam Lambert is hosting a 20-minute livestream to discuss up-and-coming LGBTQ artists, Stonewall Day, the Stonewall legacy and more with special guests. The event is the first lead-up to Pride Live’s fourth annual Stonewall Day in June.
Feb. 17: Eddie Vedder, Phoebe Bridgers, and more are set to perform for the 34th annual Tibet House US Benefit concert, which is virtual this year. All proceeds benefit Tibet House US. Tickets start at $25.
Feb. 14: Chris Garneau will perform his album The Kind in full live at the historic Hudson House in New York. The show begins at 3 p.m. ET; tickets are $22.50.
Feb. 10: Chelsea Cutler and Jeremy Zucker are celebrating the release of their EP brent ii with a livestream show. The event begins at 9 p.m. ET; tickets start at $16.50.
Feb. 5: Flux Pavilion is performing a show for fans in North and South America. The event begins at 10 p.m.; tickets start at $10.
Jan. 12, 2021: Morgan Wallen is celebrating the release of his sophomore album, Dangerous: The Double Album, with a livestream from Nashville’s The Ryman. The free show begins at 9 p.m. ET and streams on his Facebook and and YouTube channel.
O.A.R.’s Marc Roberge will be performing with special guests. The show begins at 8 p.m. ET.
Dec. 31: Justin Bieber is livestreaming a New Year’s Eve concert in collaboration with T-Mobile. The carrier’s customers can watch for free, while the event will be $25 for all others. The show begins at 10:15 p.m. ET; sign up for access to the concert at JustinBieberNYE.com.
Pink Martini are livestreaming a show aptly titled “Good Riddance 2020.” The set was filmed in Portland in front of a Christmas tree. Though the set was pretaped, members of the band will be participating in a live chat and offering commentary. The show begins at 9 p.m. ET; tickets start at $15.
Dec. 26: Dave Matthews, Diplo and many other are participating in HeadCount’s Georgia Comes Alive virtual music festival to get out the vote in the state’s upcoming Senate run-off election. The event kicks off at 3 p.m. ET. Donate at GeorgiaComesAlive.com to receive a link to watch the streaming festival.
Dec. 25: Grammy winners Warryn and Erica Campbell are inviting fans into their home on Christmas Day for the annual holiday tradition of performing holiday tunes. The event, which begins at 6 p.m. ET, will also feature the gospel couple’s three children Krista, Warryn III and Zaya. Join the livestream here.
Dec. 24-25: Gospel icon Marvin Sapp will perform as part the virtual celebration, A Chosen Christmas, at the Chosen Vessel Cathedral in Fort Worth, Texas. In addition to Sapp, the event — which begins streaming at 7 p.m. CST — will also include performances from the cathedral’s music department, under the leadership of Dr. Myron Williams. Watch it here.
Dec. 22: Dua Lipa is performing for the final Pandora Live series, which will also feature an in-depth conversation with the artist. There will also be an opportunity for fans to participate in a virtual pre-show meet-and-greet and trivia. The show begins at 9 p.m.; RSVP here.